April is the real awakening of spring. Warm weather, fresh air, bright sunshine and blooming flowers are all the reasons to get out of town and plan an outdoor trip. Ready to take advantage of the wonderful weather before crazy and hot summer? Here is some advice.
Once voted to be the world’ s best city by Travel+Leisure readers, Japan has more than 1000 years old history. The romance of Kyoto reaches the peak in April when the country is full of pink cherry blossoms. This picture is cherry blossoms forecast. The cherry blossoms will reach full bloom in just a week after first bloom, so don’ t miss it!
April and may are all under comfortable climate before unbearable hot summer in Morocco, West Africa. Casablanca may not be as famous as Marrakesh, but it has its unique charm. With grand Hassan II Mosque and wonderful location along the coast, it provides a link between Europe and Africa. You should pay attention to the large temperature difference between day and night and the common language — Arabic, and French.
Expect Hong Kong and Shanghai, Chengdu is also the main participant in Chinese tourism industry. Yes, Chengdu is where to see cute pandas! But it’ s also a modern and prosperous city with precious Chinese cultural heritage at the same time. April makes it more pleasant to visit panda base and botanic garden. Beautiful natural landscape and super delicious hot pot must wow you and make you love this city.
Spring has come to the Netherlands, and April is the peak season of the tulip. It’ s really wonderful to enjoy the flower blossoming through the countryside. There is a highlight, Keukenhof, a garden opens from March to May with 7 million flowers. Don’ t miss King’ s Day, which is a national festival honoring monarchy in April. During King’s Day, you can enjoy fantastic celebration parties and open flea markets in streets.
From May to October Hans Christian Andersen is in peak tourist season, so in contrast, April is a good chance to travel to Copenhagen. Tivoli Gardens, the second oldest amusement park in the world, will reopen seasonally. There are more than 20 adventure trails in the park, and the fairy tales of Andersen’s fairy tales can be found along the skyline.